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Sofitel Luxury Hotels grows in Southern China

11/05/2010 12:01

With the newly signed two management contracts in China for Sofitel Haikou and Sofitel Lianyungang Suning Galaxy, Sofitel Luxury Hotels has a network of 25 hotels within Greater China including the two upcoming opening hotels in 2010: Sofitel Dongguan Humen Oriental and Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich.


Sofitel Luxury Hotels is pleased to announce the major changes that have been taking place within its new organization by relocating its Greater China regional team to be based at Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16.


With this new growth, the Greater China regional office in Shanghai has been moved to the Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16, where Michel Molliet has taken the dual role of the Vice President Greater China and General Manager of Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16, leading a support team covering Sales, Marketing, Revenue and Administration for Greater China.


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